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  • Pieterse, H; Olivier, MS (Elsevier, 2014-09)
    Bluetooth is popular technology for short-range communications and is incorporated in mobile devices such as smartphones, tablet computers and laptops. Vulnerabilities associated with Bluetooth technology led to improved ...
  • Dlamini, Zama I; Olivier, MS; Grobler, Marthie M (International Association for Computer Information Systems, 2016)
    This study focuses on the Smartphone Evidence Awareness skills of smartphone users with regard to collecting, preserving and handling such data. This paper presents the smartphone evidence awareness training program. This ...
  • Burke, ID; Naidoo, S; Olivier, MS (2010-04)
    Mobile Ad hoc Networks have become an attractive option for military and disaster-response operations. Its ad hoc nature allows for fast deployment and requires no pre-existing network infrastructure. Most of the MANET ...
  • Rakitianskaia, AS; Olivier, MS; Cooper, Antony K (2011-08)
    Online social spaces have become very popular in the past couple of decades. With the great numbers of users in the online environments it becomes obvious that the human factor plays an important role in the social structure ...
  • Pieterse, H; Olivier, MS; Van Heerden, RP (South African Institute of Electrical Engineers, 2016-06)
    Traces found on Android smartphones form a significant part of digital investigations. A key component of these traces is the date and time, often formed as timestamps. These timestamps allow the examiner to relate the ...
  • Pieterse, H; Olivier, MS (IEEE Xplore, 2013-08)
    Smartphones are an important asset for people living in the 21st century.With functionality similar to computers, smartphones have become all-in-one portable devices providing interconnectivity and device-to-device ...
  • Dlamini, ZI; Olivier, MS; Grobler, MM (Academic Conferences International Limited, 2016-03)
    According to the 2013 report by the ITU, the total mobile cellular subscriptions are expected to reach close to the landmark figure of 7 billion by the end of 2014, more than half of which are found in the developing ...